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"jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- liam hemsworth. from "kick ass 2," chloë grace moretz. and music from the national. with cleto and the cletones. and now, when all else fails, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome to the show. my name is jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for coming. thanks for being a part of this amazing -- that's very nice.
[ cheers and applause ] tonight is the night i celebrate my love for you, guys. [ laughter ] hey, you know, it's back to school season. a lot of kids went back to school today. which to me seems crazy. to me summer isn't over until the tv shows come back, right? when i see a new episode of "2 broke girls," then i'll go back to school. [ laughter ] i'm not in school so, i'm never going back to school. most schools here in l.a. started today, which means there are a lot of pictures of kids wearing backpacks on facebook this morning. [ laughter ] i was a shy kid, and i know that going back to school, especially to a new school, can be scary, but i do have some advice, and i think it's good advice for kids, and that's this. be yourself. and if that doesn't work, be someone cooler. [ laughter ] try to be selena gomez and everything will work out just fine. guillermo, were you popular in school? >> no. >> jimmy: you were not? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not at all, huh? >> no. i was always quiet. >> jimmy: were you in any clubs or anything like that? >> no. >> jimmy: did you play on any teams?
>> oh, yeah. just soccer. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you were on the school soccer team? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you were? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, all right. and then did you have friends on the team? >> yeah. like four or five. >> jimmy: really? do you keep in touch with any of those guys? >> no. a long time ago. >> jimmy: that's a great story. [ laughter ] well, here's a group of kids that are squeezing every drop of fun out of summer vacation. last week we showed these guys doing a pretty great synchronized basketball trick shot in their pool. and the video got so much attention they followed it up with an even more elaborate stunt. [ cheers and applause ] pretty good, right? maybe, possibly the most impressive thing a guy in a pair of speedos has ever done. [ laughter ] since the olympics, right? president obama is enjoying
sports this summer, too. the obamas are vacationing in martha's vineyard right now. the president's been playing golf. and he was photographed in this position either golfing or taking a zumba class. [ laughter ] first black president, my ass. [ laughter ] and in sussex county, delaware on saturday they held the world series of softball. this is an international tournament for girls aged 14 to 16. a team from indiana beat the team from milan, italy 5-1. and the games weren't so interesting. but the pregame was great. before the game they asked the kids to give a bit of information about themselves, and, well, here's the italian team. >> hi. my name is laura vigazone. i like pizza and my home is pisa. play softball and listen to music. >> hi. my name is giasape. i'm a teacher and my favorite hobbies are playing softball and listen to music. >> my name is jessica. and i like listen to music. >> hi.
my name is valeria pizadina and i love playing softball and listen to music. >> i'm melissa fabiano. i love play softball and listen to music. >> hi. my name is julia cante. i love playing softball and listen to music. >> jimmy: huh. they also like learning one sentence in english and repeating it. [ laughter ] it would be a good ad for itunes. here's a weird story. out of newport, tennessee this little boy is seven months old. as you can see, he's very, very cute. unfortunately, he wound up at the center of a legal battle because his parents couldn't agree on what his last name should be. the mother wanted him to have her last name, which is martin, and the father wanted him to have his, which is mccullough. so they went to court. and when they got there, the magistrate refused to validate the kid's first name. she was okay with the last name. she was not okay with the first because the parents wanted to name him messiah. [ laughter ] the magistrate did not let them name him messiah and forced them
to change it to martin. the first name is messiah, you'll never find those little personalized license plates for your bike. [ laughter ] oh, great, messiah wet his bed again. [ laughter ] i don't think what the judge did was legal, but i'm glad she did it. in fact, i think we should bring her to hollywood, put her in charge of celebrity baby names. [ laughter ] because they're not even giving their kids names anymore. they're giving them nouns. you go to any playground in l.a., yell the word "river," ten kids will come running. [ laughter ] sorry, messiah, you're martin. you're marty now. it's better than messy, right? [ laughter ] this is a clip i found online today. i don't know what these kids' names are, but this is from someplace in the uk. two little girls were making a video when their mom suddenly popped in with an important bulletin. >> all that she -- >> and don't forget all the trouble they got into -- >> do you not know how to flush
the toilet after you've had a [ bleep ]? >> it wasn't me. >> disgusting! >> jimmy: okay. stay tuned. [ cheers and applause ] we just found the british honey booboo family. [ laughter ] this is pretty great. this is from lollapallooza in chicago. as is the case with these music festivals, they had a sign language interpreter on stage to sign along with the performers for the enjoyment of the hearing impaired. which is a nice idea until kendrick lamar the rapper launched into his song "f-ing problems." though i have to hand it to the signer. she handled it very well. ♪ [ bleep ] ♪ [ bleep ]
♪ >> jimmy: she should have her hands washed out with soap. [ cheers and applause ] why don't we have to bleep that? this morning tmz posted photographs of what appears to be a completely naked justin bieber covered only with a guitar. this is one of the photos. and just like that, the internet is pregnant. [ laughter ] that's the wallpaper on my laptop now. obviously, the photos were very popular online. in fact, if you have a preteen girl at home, now might be a good time to throw her computer in the pool. [ laughter ] there were two photos reportedly taken at justin bieber's grandmother's house in toronto last october on canadian thanksgiving. there he is, serenading his grandmother.
they have strange holiday traditions in canada. [ laughter ] in fact, the history channel's running a documentary on the subject of canadian thanksgiving right now. it does help to explain what was going on here. >> in the fall of 1578 martin frobershire's expedition to the northwest passage was plagued by ice and deadly storms, forcing his fleet to anchor on batten island. there on october 14th the preacher robert wolfall gave an impassioned sermon. >> to commemorate this miraculous deliverance to dry land, every year on this day hence all young men shall present their unclothed bodies to their grandmothers. covered only by a stringed instrument. and those same young men should wear oversized pants around the ankles, pilot ridiculously garish vehicles, and from here on these young men shall be
referred to as douche pouches. [ laughter ] >> and canadian thanksgiving was born. for the history channel, i'm a talking moose. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: where the heck did they get a talking moose? i didn't know any of that. we're going to take a break. when we come back, we're going to talk about "breaking bad," and my cousin sal is in brooklyn having some fun with customers at a pizzeria. plus liam hemsworth, chloe grace moretz, and music from the national on the way. so don't go anywhere. [ cheers and applause ] [ male announcer ] this is the age of knowing what you're made of. why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flushing, upset stomach, and abnormal vision. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours.
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national coming up. you know, there's also a big meteor shower going on right now. the annual perseid meteor shower. it happens every august. nasa says that when the shower is at its peak you can see more than 100 meteorites an hour flying by. which is exciting if you've never watched tv before. [ laughter ] they say the showers are best viewed after midnight and in countries in which marijuana is legal. [ laughter ] not only can you see the meteors in the sky, you can also watch it streaming live online. which if you're looking for a symbol of what humanity's become in the age of internet, you could not do much better than a guy sitting alone in his basement watching a meteor shower on his computer. [ laughter ] i had no time for meteors last night. i was busy watching "breaking bad." did you watch "breaking bad"? i know a lot of you did. [ cheers and applause ] the first episode of the final season premiered last night on amc. it was a great one. it was shocking. i had no idea the markup on pine tree air fresheners is more than 200%. [ laughter ] there are now only seven
episodes of the show left. amc pulled something sneaky last night. instead of showing the preview for next week's "breaking bad" at the end of the show like they usually do they put it in the first commercial break of a new show they're trying to jam down our throats called "low winter sun," and they didn't stop for a commercial for 30 minutes. which i think that's kidnapping. [ laughter ] i didn't even watch "low winter sun," but i have to say, i already hate it because of this. now that "breaking bad" is near the end of its run they need something to replace it, and i think i have a great idea. i think they should combine it with another long-running and beloved show to make it into a program for kids. >> all along it was you! you killed her and saved your sorry ass. you bombed a nursing home. heisenberg. >> i'm a dying man who runs a car wash. my right hand to god, that is all that i am. tread lightly.
[ cheers and applause ] >> tread water. one more thing. if there are two things in this world i love, it is pizza and pranks. and so my cousin sal has given us a wonderful gift. he went all the way to brooklyn to work behind the counter at one of the great pizza places in the united states, l&b spumoni gardens, where the pizza is so good they'll even put up with my cousin sal to get it. ♪ >> what can i get you, handsome? >> get me two n pizzas. >> two m pizzas. three in pieces. all right. i'm going to kiss your pizza for good luck. okay? there you go. there you go. i kissed your pizza right there. you didn't like it? >> give me another slice. >> i'm not kissing any more
slices. >> come on. your fingers are in the air -- >> i'm not kissing all the slices here. what am i gonna do? >> do you understand me? give me another end piece. >> there you go. here you go. hold on. i'm going to give you -- >> don't do that. >> because i like you i'm going to give you a lobster pizza. there you go. you're making a mess here. >> i'm not making a mess. three slices and a -- >> did i kiss this slice? i can't remember -- >> stop! >> don't touch my -- >> i don't remember if i kissed the slice. >> don't touch the [ bleep ] -- ♪ >> one regular and one square. >> you want to try one of our special toppings? special toppings today. clams. >> clams? >> yeah. clam pizza? >> i'll try it. >> all right. there you go. >> wait. hold it, hold it. >> and your clam pizza.
you love clams, you told me. >> take it back. i don't -- >> no, you'll like it. >> no, i don't want -- >> like you're in new england. >> please don't argue with me. i don't want the cream sauce. >> here. pretend it never happened. >> i don't want it. i don't want it. all right? >> you did say you wanted to try it, right? >> don't argue with me. just give me a slice of pizza. can you do that? >> did you hear what he said? >> yeah, i heard it. >> now, give me a slice of pizza, please. i already paid for it. >> best clam chowder in brooklyn. >> don't tell me about brooklyn. i've been living here for 87 years. >> i don't bother you're from brooklyn. >> what was that? >> you're not from brooklyn but i get here. >> i was born in methodist hospital. i went to manuel training hospital. >> first girlfriend what was her name? >> pat. >> pat? it was a guy? >> and he could kiss like crazy. >> wow. [ applause ]
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chloe, ch tonight on the program, starting on friday you can see her punch, kick, and say all your favorite curse words in the new movie "kick ass 2." chloe grace moretz is here with us. [ cheers and applause ] and then we have music from this album. it's called "trouble will find me." the reason the kids have been lined up all day, the national from the sony outdoor stage. tomorrow night josh duhamel will be here, chef adam perry lang will be here to smoke something wonderful, maybe even a unicorn. music from luke bryan and later this week music from the wanted and big sean. ashton kutcher will be here, melanie griffith, christopher mintz-plasse. and oprah. oprah winfrey, just so you don't get your oprahs confused. [ applause ] our first guest tonight is 23
years old, 6'3" and from a land down under where he smiles and gives people vegemite sandwiches. starting friday you can see him alongside harrison ford and gary oldman in the new thriller "paranoia." please welcome liam hemsworth! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ good to see you. >> good to see you. >> jimmy: last time you were here was a few years ago. i think you were still living with your brother chris. thor. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: before he was thor. bethor. [ laughter ] >> bethor. that was a while ago, wasn't it? >> jimmy: yeah, that was a while ago. >> yeah. we were sleeping in the same bed at the same time. just holding each other, nurturing each other. >> jimmy: do you miss him? do you miss living with him? >> i miss the smell of him next to me in my bed. [ laughter ] i just wish we could sleep together still. >> jimmy: and i learned today you that guys have a third brother.
>> we do, yeah. we have our oldest brother. >> jimmy: who is an actor as well? >> he's an actor as well. he got into acting first. >> jimmy: is he hideous like the two of you? [ laughter ] >> what do you mean exactly? >> jimmy: oh, he got into acting first? >> he did, yeah. >> jimmy: he acts over in australia? >> he was the oldest brother. yeah. he was doing tv shows for a while when he was in high school, and that was what kind of led me to do acting. and chris as well. >> jimmy: your brother's working over in australia. why did you decide to come to the united states? >> why did we decide to come to -- >> jimmy: yeah. what was it that prompted you -- >> i think l.a. is kind of, you know, the mecca for this industry, and we all kind of expected to one day go over to america and do movies. we all grew up loving movies. >> jimmy: i got you. i see. >> it kind of brought us over. >> jimmy: the first like movie role you almost had was in "the
expendables." >> yes. well, the first almost role. yeah. [ laughter ] it was when i was -- when i was doing tv shows in australia, i had a manager in america who i met with and he started sending me scripts from australia and one of them was for "the expendables," the first film, and i got a call two weeks later from my australian agent saying sylvester stallone was going to call me and talk to me about this part. i was like, all right, cool. and i got a call on my home phone where i grew up, a little island in australia, and -- >> jimmy: you realize when sylvester stallone calls there's like an 85% chance it's a prank, it's somebody doing an imitation -- [ laughter ] >> i was pretty lucky it was real. >> jimmy: and by the way, i would have a hard time understanding everything he says over the phone, and i'm an american. >> hey, hey, how you doing? [ laughter ] yeah. he's -- >> jimmy: what did he say to
you? >> he said a lot of things. he spoke to me for about half an hour. and i remember i was on the phone pacing around my living room, and i was looking at "rocky" dvds, and i was like, god, this is so weird that he's calling me at my home. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> and anyway, he spoke to me for about half an hour, and he offered me this part in "the expendables," the original one. and back when i read it it was a completely different script and had this young guy part that came into the script. it was mickey rourke's nephew i think at the time. and he said do you want to do the film?çó i said absolutely. two weeks go by, and i literally -- i celebrate with all my best friends in australia. and you know, i'm basically like see you later, i'm going to the u.s. [ laughter ] you know, i've got this part. and then i get this call from my australian agent, and he says that -- he says that -- he goes, sit down. i said why? he goes just take a seat. he said, the film's not going to happen anymore. they've rewritten the script, and it's not going to happen anymore. i remember just being -- one, upset that it wasn't going to happen, but more embarrassed that i'd kind of said this to all my friends.
[ laughter ] and now it wasn't going to happen. in my head it wasn't even -- i didn't even care that i hadn't gotten the part. i was like what am i going to tell my friends now? >> jimmy: yeah. >> what am i going to say? >> jimmy: you're literally expendable, it turned out. [ laughter ] >> i was so expendable. and they expended me. >> jimmy: and they made the movie anyway. so i don't know what happened. >> they made it. and lucky enough for stallone, he brought me back in the second one. >> jimmy: there you go. didn't want to have another bad phone call. [ applause ] so when you're over there, when you're in australia, do you watch a lot of american movies or are you primarily watching australian -- >> no, no. i watched a lot of american films. i think america -- >> jimmy: what was your big one that really inspired you? >> a particular film that had a real impact on me as a teenager was "harold and kumar." [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: oh. "harold and kumar go to white castle." >> yeah. >> jimmy: not what i would have guessed. >> that was -- yeah. it had a deep impact on me as a teenager. >> jimmy: do they have white castles in australia? >> they don't. and at the time i think when it came out i was 16 or 17 and my friends watched it religiously. it was like the bible. we didn't even know that white castle was real then. we didn't have it in australia. we assumed that it was made up. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> for this movie. yeah. and it wasn't until i came to the states that i found out that white castle was a real place. >> jimmy: you must have went crazy when you saw one. >> i did, yeah. i spent the first year talking about it to people. i said let's find a white castle. and there's none in l.a. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i hear they're all in the south and on the east coast. and when i shot the first
and when i shot the first "hunger games," josh hutchison took me to his place in kentucky. we're shooting in asheville and we drove to kentucky. and he said that there was a white castle right by his house. we planned on going there. and we bought three or four of these briefcases of white castle burgers. [ laughter ] literally a briefcase. and we took them back to his house. and we ate them. [ laughter ] and then about half an hour later, this was our first real bonding experience, me and josh. this is when we really became good friends. and we went out to his garden and we threw up together. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're an american now. you don't even need to take the citizenship test. [ applause ] you get an automatic american -- they say that's good for the plants. that's nice. >> it's good for plants and it's good for your soul. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. liam hemsworth is here. his new movie is called "paranoia." we'll be right back. ,, ♪ [ male announcer ] ever wonder why no other mouthwash feels like listerine®?
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>> so what do you think? >> it's powerful. >> yeah, it is. consider it a loaner for saving type x. >> i couldn't. >> yeah, you could. power's in the juice, kid. get used to drinking. >> that's liam hemsworth and harrison ford in "paranoia." i almost said paranormal. but it's paranoia. and harrison has got -- he's almost completely bald. >> completely bald, yeah. >> a little peach fuzz head. >> a little fuzz on the head. he did that without telling anyone. we had been shooting about two weeks, and then the director came to the set one day and he had a really stressed look on his face, and he showed me this photo of harrison, and he had a shaved head. and he was freaking out. he was like, i don't know what we're going to do. we're five days away from shooting with him. we're going to have to make him a wig and all this stuff. it looked good. >> jimmy: it was fine. >> it turned out. he's harrison ford. so he pulled it off. >> jimmy: exactly. what's the movie about? >> it gives insight into corporate espionage, about a young guy who kind of gets caught in between two very powerful corporations. and the heads of those corporations are played by gary oldman and harrison ford. and my character, yeah, he's kind of forced down a road and gets blackmailed into a pretty rough situation. and has to find his way out.
>> jimmy: and richard dreyfuss is in the movie also. >> richard dreyfuss plays my dad in the film. and he's one of the most interesting people i've ever met. >> jimmy: yeah, he seems like he is. i've read some things and i've observed him a couple of times. i've not spoken to him but -- what do you mean by interesting? when you say interesting. >> observing is a good word that i did. because he would come into the trailer. and i wouldn't even get a chance to put a word in. so i'd just observe. and he would -- he would just pour his heart out and i think he was a professor at a college for a while or still is. and he would talk about politics. he would start with politics, and then it would end with mcdonald's or something, you know, something completely different. he would just -- he would -- >> jimmy: did you try to have him removed from your trailer so you could relax? [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want to ask about this photo shoot you did. now, i saw these pictures.
the first thing that i thought was oh, this is a photoshop situation. >> that's my pet lion. >> jimmy: but this is not a photoshop situation, is it? >> it was -- it wasn't, no. it was a real lion. it was really next to me. and -- >> jimmy: why can't it be a photoshop situation? [ laughter ] >> in all honesty, it would probably -- it would be. not would be. it would be 100 times more safe. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you could make it look just as real. but they decided to use a real lion. >> jimmy: that seems -- >> we turned up, though, and the trainer said to us -- we had a meeting before we did this shoot, and the lion trainer said to us, he said, everything's going to be fine. don't try to hide from the lion. he said make yourself visible. don't hide in the grass. >> jimmy: don't hide from the lion? >> he said he gets nervous if you're trying to hide from him because then you look like -- >> jimmy: i would immediately hide from the lion. >> there was a lot of long grass around. >> jimmy: and here you are in -- yeah. that seems like a -- there you
are with your escape boat, which doesn't look very speedy. [ laughter ] >> my boat. that was -- >> jimmy: you look terrified in that picture. were you scared? >> yeah, absolutely. the whole time they had him on a small piece of wire or something that wasn't going to hold back a lion. [ laughter ] i don't know what the point of it was. and all day long -- it was like a day shoot. they had this big bucket of raw meat they were feeding him all day. big chunks of meat that they would feed him on a stick. >> jimmy: the last actor. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow, that is unbelievable. now, you're about to start shooting the third "hunger games" movie, even though the second one has not come out yet. >> the second one hasn't come out, no. the second one comes out in november, and we start shooting the third in end of september. >> jimmy: okay. very good. and white castle will be represented in this? [ laughter ] >> white castle plays a huge part in the third -- in the second -- >> jimmy: no problem with
hunger whatsoever. [ laughter ] >> just hand out white castle burgers to all the hungry people. >> jimmy: very good to see you. congratulations on all your success. "paranoia" opens in theaters friday. we'll be right back with chloe grace moretz. [ cheers and applause ] it's been a happy union. he does laundry, and i do the cleaning. there's only two of us... how much dirt can we manufacture? more than you think. very little. [ doorbell rings ] [ lee ] let's have a look, morty. it's a sweeper. what's this? what's that? well we'll find out. we'll find out. [ lee ] it goes under all the way to the back wall. i came in under the assumption that it was clean. i've been living in a fool's paradise! oh boy... there you go... morty just summed it up. the next 44 years we'll be fine.
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dreyfuss, dreyf talented young lady whom you know from the movies "hugo" and "dark shadows." starting friday she plays the deadly foul-mouthed purple-wigged teen avenger hit girl in "kick ass 2." please welcome chloë grace moretz. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] how are you doin g? >> i'm good. how are you? >> jimmy: i'm doing well, thank you. how old are you now? >> i'm 16 years old. >> jimmy: i think you were like 4 the first time you came here. >> yeah. i think i was about 2. >> jimmy: are you driving now? >> you know, i really wish i
could say i was driving. but i'm a total bum who doesn't get their license. >> jimmy: why? >> i'd rather have my brother be my chauffeur. >> jimmy: i see. >> it's a bit easier. >> jimmy: are you nervous about driving? is that why you don't get it? >> yeah. i was illegally driving with my mom yesterday. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. i was illegally driving with my mom yesterday and we were driving in beverly hills because there's wide streets she says. and i get scared when there's cars coming at me. so i was driving, and the car was coming at me, so i just like threw on the brakes and just stopped. and she's like, chloe, you can't stop, you're in the middle of the street. i was like, i can't go. >> jimmy: what kind of car are you driving? >> it was my brother's car, and he has a 3 series bmw. and she was like, if you wreck this car he will kill you. because he's very serious about his car. >> jimmy: i see. >> and like the day before i spilled like -- you know how you get the flowers from the supermarket in the bowls with the vases? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i spilled the whole thing of water in his car. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. great. that never goes away, either. it has like a mossy quality to it.
good. so you're destroying cars from the inside out. that's nice. >> at least i'm not stealing them. >> jimmy: what freedoms do you get now at 16 years old? can you go out and do whatever you want now or -- >> yeah. i just roam around l.a. >> jimmy: i did i think -- when i was 16, my parents were relatively strict, but they pretty much let me do whatever i -- well, i didn't really tell them what i was doing. [ laughter ] >> no. my mom keeps heavy tabs on me. because i don't have a car i use uber. so it tells you where i get picked up and dropped off. >> jimmy: it's like a cab service you can call. >> yeah. but it tells you the address and the time you got picked up. so she'll be like i know you were here. and i'm like yeah, i know. but anyway, she gives me like a 30-minute curfew now. like usually 11:00. and now it's 11:30. >> jimmy: oh. 11:30. oh. >> you can do so much with 30 minutes. [ laughter ] i mean, it changes your world. >> jimmy: how does she tell you the news? was she excited? she's like okay, guess what, we -- >> i like bet her. i was like i turned 16. do i get anything? no.
mom, i come home at 11:00 every day. like i break my curfew sometimes. >> jimmy: and it's not like you have to be at school because you're home schooled. so you're getting to school at 11:30 when you get home. >> i get to my living room. >> jimmy: yeah, really. >> and i sign into my school. >> jimmy: do you feel like you missed out on being like in the band or anything like that -- >> no. i'm learning to play the cello right now. i have like a private band in my living room. >> jimmy: oh, all right. >> i have my own -- after i do algebra. >> jimmy: why cello? is that -- >> i'm doing a part at the end of the year in a movie called "if i stay." and my character plays the cello. so i'm lucky enough to actually learn. i'm going to see yo-yo ma at the hollywood bowl on the 24th i think. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. he's a good cello player, yeah. [ laughter ] >> i kind of wanted to spread the word about him. so maybe guys can show up. >> jimmy: do you like cello music? that kind of music? >> celling? >> jimmy: chelling or whatever you want to call it. >> yeah. i do. i love classical music.
my biggest thing is i saw the london philharmonic, i saw them score "black swan" live. and it was so cool because they're playing tchaikovsky and they like mutilated it, made it really crazy. that like blew my mind. >> jimmy: well, if you enjoyed that, you should be allowed to stay out past midnight. [ laughter ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: there are certain rules that need to be suspended. oh, you call your mom terry? yet another reason you should be allowed to stay out. [ laughter ] >> i tried to like make her food this morning and she was like i don't want any food. i'm like i'm making bacon. she's like, i'll have some bacon. i was like okay, terry. >> jimmy: when did you start calling her by her first name? >> i just kind of do because she hates it. [ laughter ] i went on the set like two years ago and i told everyone to call her cherry. i said my mom wants to be called cherry otherwise she gets really angry. and everyone started calling her cherry. she comes up to me and says why is everyone calling me cherry?
i was like -- that's super weird, mom. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is pretty good. now, this movie, "kick ass 2," you do a lot of cursing. was your mother upset about that? or she doesn't mind? >> no. the thing is like on the first one she brought me the script. like she's the one that found it. so she's pretty cool with it. i don't use that language in real life at all. >> jimmy: you don't. and you were what, like 11 that first script, right? >> yeah. well, i read for it when i was 10 and when i filmed it i was 11. >> jimmy: okay. so a lot of these words were probably very exciting for you to share with -- what about fighting? because you do a lot of fighting in the movie. can you? do you think you could handle yourself in a fight-type situation? >> i'm pretty wily. yeah. i'm kind of sketchy. like i can -- [ laughter ] i can like get myself out. where are you going? huh? bob and weave. bob and weave. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you fight -- did you train with a karate instructor? >> like crazy guys? >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah.
i tried with some mma guys and like navy s.e.a.l.s and like all these guys that do this crazy stuff. and i'm like, i do movies. >> jimmy: i know. it's got to be a weird thing for them after being a navy s.e.a.l. and then coming back and -- >> teaching an 11-year-old. >> jimmy: teaching someone who can't drive yet to fight. [ laughter ] >> and legally should be able to drive but doesn't. >> jimmy: yeah. exactly. someone who's too timid to actually drive. [ laughter ] and who puts on the brake when any kind of oncoming traffic appears. >> anything. a biker. a human washing their car. i just don't -- i don't risk it. >> jimmy: well, the streets would be very safe if there were more of you. i'll say that. >> seriously. i was driving here -- i was being driven here. i was being driven here, and there's this guy in his mercedes, and he's like just screaming at the top of his lungs. and i'm like, i'm really glad i don't drive. >> jimmy: but you know now you can get out of the car and just do this and that will be -- >> where are you going? >> jimmy: the movie is called "kick ass 2." chloe grace moretz. we'll be back with the national. [ cheers and applause ]
tchaikovsky, tchaikov c at it, isn't it beautiful? it's called "trouble will find me." here with the song "graceless," the national. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ graceless ♪ is there a powder to erase this ♪ ♪ is it dissolvable and tasteless ♪ ♪ you can't imagine how i hate this graceless ♪ ♪ i'm trying but i'm graceless ♪ don't have the sunny side to face this ♪ ♪ i am invisible and weightless ♪
♪ you can't imagine how i hate this graceless ♪ ♪ i'm trying but i've gone through the glass again ♪ ♪ just come and find me god loves everybody ♪ ♪ don't remind me i took the medicine when i went missing ♪ ♪ just let me hear your voice just let me listen ♪ ♪ graceless i figured out how to be faithless ♪ ♪ but it will be a shame to waste this ♪ ♪ you can't imagine how i hate this graceless ♪ ♪ i'm trying but i've gone through the glass again ♪
♪ just come and find me god loves everybody don't remind me ♪ ♪ i took the medicine and i went missing ♪ ♪ just let me hear your voice just let me listen ♪ ♪ all of my thoughts of you bullets through rock and through ♪ ♪ come apart at the seams now i know what dying means ♪ ♪ i am not my rosy self left my roses on my shelf ♪ ♪ take the wild ones they're my favorites ♪ ♪ it's the side effects that save us ♪ ♪ grace ♪ put the flowers you find in a vase ♪ ♪ if you're dead in the mind it will brighten the place ♪ ♪ don't let them die on the vine it's a waste ♪ grace
♪ there's a science to walking through windows ♪ ♪ there's a science to walking through windows ♪ ♪ there's a science to walking through windows ♪ ♪ there's a science to walking through windows without you ♪ ♪ all of my thoughts of you bullets through rock and through ♪ ♪ come apart at the seams now i know what dying means ♪ ♪ i am not my rosy self left my roses on my shelf ♪ ♪ take the wild ones they're my favorites ♪ ♪ it's the side effects that save us ♪ ♪ grace ♪ put the flowers you find in a vase ♪ ♪ if you're dead in the mind it will brighten the base ♪
♪ don't let them die on the vine it's a waste ♪ ♪ grace ♪ grace ♪ put the flowers you find in a vase ♪ ♪ if you're dead in the mind it will brighten the base ♪ ♪ don't let them die on the vine it's a waste ♪ ♪ grace [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: i want to thank liam hemsworth. i want to thank chloe grace moretz. and i want to apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time. he will be rescheduled. tomorrow josh duhamel, we'll barbecue with adam perry lang and we'll have music from luke bryan. this is their album called "trouble will find me." playing us off the air wit